Addiction Studies

Communications & Management Institute CMI


Course Name Addiction Studies
Course Provider Communications & Management Institute CMI
Course Code 5N1834
Course Type Lifelong Learning
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Level 5 Component Award (Level 5 NFQ) Minor QQI Level 5 NFQ
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Attendance Options Part time
Location (Districts) Dublin City Centre
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Duration 10 Weeks.
Course Fee €750
Includes all tuition, registration, assessment and online notes.

Applicants are required to pay a minimum deposit of €300 to secure a place on the programme. The balance of fees are due on or before programme commencement.

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Comment Award: Community Addiction Studies Level 5 Minor Award 5N1834 Further Education and Training
Awarding Body: QQI - Quality and Qualifications Ireland
Course Content

Expand+Completing an Addiction course part time over 10 weeks is perhaps one of the best decisions you could make. This Addiction Studies course from CMI's school of Psychology allows you to learn about the process of addiction and the consequences of how i...

Subjects Taught Modules
The Addiction Studies course is divided into the following areas:
1. Drugs and their effects
2. The impact of addiction on the family and the community.
3. The services available in response to addiction
4. Community responses
5. The nature and practice of intervention
6. The media presentation of addiction
7. Application of Psychological Theory & Behavioural Interventions
8. The participant's own personal learning
Assessment Method Assignment(s)
FET Code 5N1834
Careers or Further Progression This course leads to progression to counselling courses specialising in addiction.

Progression to a degree award in any humanities, social work or social sciences discipline from a recognised third level institution. Many students will also volunteer their services to addiction agencies in the voluntary, health or social care sectors.
Further Enquiries Tel: 01 492 7070
Fax: 01 492 2260
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